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Vettel: F1 can be very cruel

As his 2014 struggles continue, reigning World Champion Sebastian Vettel admits Formula One can be a "very cruel" game. The Red Bull racer, who is defending his crown for the fourth season in a row, has had a wretched time of late. With more retirements than podium finishes and not a single race victory to his name, Vettel has just 70 points compared to Championship leader Nico Rosberg's 165. "It's been a tough start, a rough season so far," Vettel told BBC One. "F1 can be fantastic, as I have experience of, but it can be very cruel in retiring from problems. You rely on your car. It is part of the game." The 27-year-old is refusing to throw in the towel,...
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